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Morning Prayer - Kieran Hebden & Steve Reid - The Exchange Session Vol. 1


2006
Label: Domino - WIGCD169 • Format: CD Album • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic, Jazz • Style: Free Jazz
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The Exchange Session, Vol. The pair first collaborated on Reid 's excellent Spirit Walk album. There was one tune on that set, "Drum Story," where Hebden and Reid played without the rest of the latter's band. Over minutes in length, it was an exercise in excess: Reid 's rhythmic flail would have been enough, but to add his spoken poetry and Hebden 's shrill knob twiddling was sonic torture. Though an excellent recording, that track marred what might have been a masterpiece.

It also created a sense of foreboding when considering the first of the two-part Exchange Session, Vol. That sense of dread is unfounded. The pair prove to be fine duet partners. When encountering these three cuts, one has to consider the politics and pitfalls of freely improvised music recorded without overdubs or edits.

It's a tightrope walk. In "Morning Prayer" -- at six-and-a-half Morning Prayer - Kieran Hebden & Steve Reid - The Exchange Session Vol. 1 it's the shortest work here -- the sense of mood, mode, and texture are the method in the madness. This feels like an improvising jazz group getting their bearings, turning the focus inwards. Reid 's shimmering cymbal work guides the piece in a constant pulse, as Hebden layers in flutes, bird sounds, and the odd turntable slippage while the cymbals glide over them all, as well as tom toms and doubled-up bass drum.

Τα Λιμάνια - Ελένη Τσαλιγοπούλου - Best Of - Σαν Ψέματα tension is created, to be sure, but it's hardly brittle; it breathes and oozes life and hints at adventure.

Over the piece's first ten minutes it gathers steam in circular layers, Reid handles his kit and other percussion instruments with ease and a great sense of subtlety, with Hebden streaming in blips, beeps, backmasked keyboard loops, whizzes, warped tonal sonics, altering the speed and density of his samples, and pushing toward a margin he has not encountered before.

Reid keeps the drums chanting, ever returning to the place of the pulse -- his long study of, and fascination with West African rhythms, is what keeps his young partner in the game. But Reid gradually gathers steam and allows the dramatic to possess him, and for the last four minutes the track just disintegrates Morning Prayer - Kieran Hebden & Steve Reid - The Exchange Session Vol.

1 free jazz chaos. The improvisation begins by gathering steam toward cacophony and achieves it as computer-manipulated sounds begin blurring into a sonic whir as the sound of marimbas, thumb pianos, and Reid 's crashing cymbals create the pace that eventually dissolves into scree and skronk before the drum kit itself begins to assemble tensions and releases on the way down.

Hebden is pushed here, too, relying on a sound sculptor's trick bag instead of improvisational smarts, but he does pull it together and off as he employs timbrel horns perhaps sampled from the Master Musicians of Joujouka and feedback to push back a little on Reid. Overture - Matthew Sklar, Chad Beguelin, Various - Elf: The Broadway Musical (Original Broadway Cast chaos reaches a static point in the center and begins to deconstruct itself rhythmically and purposefully toward the end becoming a formless, airy mass at the cut's nadir.

This volume is a success and points the way toward new and compelling -- if still amorphous -- territory between rhythmic and electronic improvisation. The second set will no doubt reveal more. AllMusic relies heavily on JavaScript. Please enable JavaScript in your browser to use the site fully. Blues Classical Country. Electronic Folk International.

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6 thoughts on “ Morning Prayer - Kieran Hebden & Steve Reid - The Exchange Session Vol. 1

  1. Apr 04,  · The Exchange Session, Vol. 1 is the second collaboration between Four Tet 's Kieran Hebden and jazz drummer extraordinaire Steve Reid. The pair first collaborated on Reid 's excellent Spirit Walk album. There was one tune on that set, "Drum Story," where Hebden and Reid played without the rest of the latter's band.7/
  2. Kieran Hebden and Steve Reid: The Exchange Session Vol. 1 by AAJ Staff, published on April 2, Find thousands reviews at All About Jazz!
  3. Kieran Hebden is credited with "electronics" on this release. Recorded by Mark Rankin on the 4th April at The Exchange, London UK. All tracks are live takes with no overdubs or edits.5/5(1).
  4. Jan 27,  · The Exchange Session Vol. 1, an Album by Kieran Hebden and Steve Reid. Released 21 February on Domino (catalog no. DNO ; CD). Genres: Nu Jazz, Free Improvisation, Electronic, Avant-Garde Jazz. Featured peformers: Kieran Hebden (producer, electronics, writer, liner notes), Steve Reid (drums, percussion, writer, liner notes), Mark Rankin (engineer), Graeme Durham /5(3).
  5. A pleasing epilogue to the live shows they collaborated on last year, 'The Exchange Session Vol. 1' could have been a platinum-plated ball-ache - as two esoteric .
  6. The Exchange Session Vol. 1 is a album by Kieran Hebden and Steve Reid, recorded in one day at The Exchange Mastering Studios in London. The album contains no overdubbing or editing. ContentsGenre: Jazz / Electronic.

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